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Mar 31, 2022Open    Access

The Practice of “Two-Wheelers” in Sfax City (Tunisia)

Mongi Belarem
In recent decades, the use of two-wheelers (motorcycles and bicycles) for travel has become an alternative to cumbersome and polluting modes, in many cities around the world and especially in developed countries. It offers several advantages. It is less polluting, less expensive and less cumbersome, especially compared to the private car. In Sfax city, and compared to other Tunisian cities, the use of two-wheelers is a specific aspect of travel. But over the past two decades, this phenomenon has...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.9, 2022

Aug 16, 2021Open    Access

Political Economy of Resettlement Planning and Beneficiary Selection in A1 and A2 Settlement Models in Zimbabwe Post 2000

Joyce Sifile, Manase Kudzai Chiweshe, Patience Mutopo
The paper examines the political economy of resettlement planning, beneficiary selection and reasoning behind A1 and A2 in Zimbabwe post year 2000. The Fast-Track Land Reform Programme which was preceded by land occupations led by war veterans and some ruling party members of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) was based on political imperatives in land allocation with little consideration of sound settlement planning and land use. The purpose of this paper is to have a...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

May 27, 2021Open    Access

Domino Effect of Coronavirus in Nigeria. An Overview of the Socioeconomic, Religious and Educational Perspectives

Abinotami Williams Ebuete, Okpoebi Kenneth Berezi, Lucky E. Ndiwari, Standfast Isiya
The human history has recorded that in every 100 years a new pandemic will erupt to rocked control the human race from over population, changing the courses of history and signaling the end of entire civilization. Today the world is at halt and its economic, socio-cultural, religious, political, scientific and technological myth is degenerating amidst the advent of a novel pandemic (COVID-19). This study therefore, investigated the effect of COVID-19 in terms of economic, socio-cultural, educati...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.8, 2021

Apr 07, 2020Open    Access

The Spatial Distribution of Public Dispensaries in the City of Jeddah (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)

Mongi Belarem, Mohamed Hafedh Hamza, Mohamed Ajmi
In Saudi Arabia, access to healthcare is considered as a human right for citizens and residents. Admittedly, there are spatial inequalities in access to care services between the inhabitants of cities and those of rural areas of the Kingdom. In the urban area of Jeddah, and like other Saudi urban areas, the distribution of healthcare equipment, and especially of basic state health centers (dispensaries), is very uneven. However, very few studies have been produced in this context. In this work, ...
Open Access Library J.   Vol.7, 2020

Oct 11, 2018Open    Access

Current Situation and Countermeasure of Modern Agriculture Development in Northeast China

Wenxin Liu, Xiuli He
Since the implementation of the revitalization strategy, Northeast China has undergone great changes in safeguarding the national grain security and confronted with many problems in developing the modern agriculture. It is necessary to find out measures to promote the development of modern agriculture. The volume of grain production in Northeast China accounts for 19.27% of the whole country and is still on the rise. The proportio
Open Access Library J.   Vol.5, 2018

Dec 27, 2017Open    Access

Evaluation of Domestic Access to Pipe-Borne Water in Calabar Metropolis, Southern Nigeria

Inah Okon, Chukwudi G. Njoku
Domestic access to pipe-borne water is necessary for the general well-being of residents of every community. This research investigated domestic access to the service, the relationship between socio-economic attributes and pipe-borne water characteristics as well as the contribution of four dimensions of access (availability, geographic, financial and acceptability). A total of 614 questionnaires were administered t
Open Access Library J.   Vol.4, 2017

Dec 22, 2017Open    Access

Transparency: A Tool for Effective Environmental Governance in Nigeria

Saheed Matemilola, Isa Elegbede
In the recent past, there have been calls for transparency in governance from different quarters. These calls testify to the importance of transparency to the overall social welfare. There is virtually no aspect of contemporary life that is unaffected by the system of governance, but governance today is almost entirely devoid of transparency. Transparency mechanisms encourage public officials to act in the interest of the pu
Open Access Library J.   Vol.4, 2017

Jul 19, 2017Open    Access

Policy Design and Evaluation Based on Nutrition Meal Program from the Perspective of Public Policy

Chunyang Du, Ruodong Han, Chuqiao Li
This paper analyzes the current situation and existing problems of China Nutrition Meal Program, and draws on experiences from American. In view of problems of nutritional meals in the policy implementation process, especially the lack of nutrition and food safety risk, this paper proposes that we can improve relevant legislations and establish standards for nutrition; cultivate more full-time nutritionists to ensure that nutritio
Open Access Library J.   Vol.4, 2017

Aug 30, 2016Open    Access

Spatiotemporal Patterns and Social Risk Factors of Meningitis in Nigeria

Auwal F. Abdussalam, Yasser Qaffas
This study aimed at characterising the spatiotemporal pattern of meningitis in Nigeria, in order to detect vulnerable areas. Stratified sampling was deployed in research inquiry based on the following variables: geographic location; population density; poverty status; and adult literacy level in accordance to diseases incidence rate. Population-based ratios were then computed for each stratum for the identification of high risk ar
Open Access Library J.   Vol.3, 2016

Aug 24, 2016Open    Access

The Complexities of Women Land Ownership in Northern Ghana

Millar Katherine Kaunza-Nu-Dem, Babatunde Tijani, David Millar, Anafo Humphrey
Land issues have the potential to, and actually do generate a lot of conflicts and controversies in rural communities. In Northern Ghana, certain dilemmas, animated controversies, and conflicts about land rights, the resolution of which sometimes leads relatively innocuous compromise later manifest in several negative ramifications. For women in particular, the above negativities associated with land are even more pronounce and mo
Open Access Library J.   Vol.3, 2016


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